Posts Tagged ‘virtual health’

21 Predictions About Digital Health in 2021 Virtual Health

21 Predictions About Digital Health in 2021: Part IV

In my previous posts, I looked at five macro-themes as well as five implications for hospitals and health plans. In this post, I want to focus on virtual health and have enlisted co-author David Allen, Director of Virtual Health Strategy. These predictions are in light of the five themes I see for 2021: Telehealth as […]

How Healthcare Marketers Can Adapt and Advance [On-Demand Webinar]

Healthcare marketers’ role has shifted dramatically in recent years as technologies have advanced, social media use has skyrocketed, and patients have embraced consumerism. The COVID-19 pandemic and the significant, lasting shift to virtual care have brought a further change in a concise period of time. At Modern Healthcare‘s recent Strategic Marketing Conference, Paul Griffiths joined Todd […]

[Q&A Series] The Future of Healthcare: Momentum

In this series, hear from two of Perficient’s healthcare thought leaders – Chief Strategist and General Manager of Healthcare, Juliet Silver, and General Manager of Digital Health Solutions, Paul Griffiths – as they discuss healthcare’s future. Our conversation will come to you via a series of four weekly blogs. In our first blog, Silver and Griffiths […]

Acceptability Equals Mobility

[Q&A Series] The Future of Healthcare: Adaptability

The times they are a-changing, particularly in healthcare. It’s easy to see COVID-19’s vast impact on the consumer experience. Yet change was brewing in healthcare before the pandemic hit our communities. While interoperability mandates driven by CMS’ Final Rule were back-burner ‘ed for a while, they’re still top of mind for healthcare executives. And at […]

Virtual Consults are the Norm in Digital Health, So What’s Next?

Previously, I highlighted the importance of patient personalization. My next blog in this series outlines virtual consults and the major role they play today in the patient experience. For years, projecting the market for virtual health was an exercise in futility. But virtual consults have finally become a relatively normalized component of healthcare delivery, albeit […]